After US President Donald Trump walked away from the Iranian nuclear deal, which closed the door on diplomacy, his administration’s pretext of freeing Iranians from authoritarianism is similar in tone to previous US war propaganda in this region.
Sat, 03 Aug, 2019
Britain could send extra military assets to the Strait of Hormuz to deter any attempt by Iran to block Persian Gulf oil tanker traffic, the country’s defence secretary said, as Tehran insisted a European Union ban on the purchase of its oil would have little sting.
Wed, 25 Jan, 2012
WITH reference to your report headlined ‘Iran: US forged atomic bomb plans’ (December 23), I wish to reiterate the sentiments of our president and foreign minister who state categorically that those “alleged” documents are indeed fabricated and are mischievously concocted in an effort to put psychological and political pressure on Iran.
Fri, 01 Jan, 2010
IT is difficult to see why the ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Ebrahim Rahimpour, should see fit to involve himself in a controversy concerning a report on the Shannon stopover of the Israeli prime minister (Letters, November 25).
Wed, 02 Dec, 2009
Iran's new proposal for talks with the West promises wide-ranging negotiations but does not provide details of the country's disputed nuclear programme, according to a copy of the document published by an investigative group.
Fri, 11 Sep, 2009
Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad pledged a “crushing” response to continued US condemnation of his nation’s crackdown on postelection protest, saying today that President Barack Obama’s criticism revealed his insincerity about improving relations.
Sat, 27 Jun, 2009
The commander of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards warned that if his country is attacked, Tehran would strike back by barraging Israel with missiles and controlling a key oil passageway in the Persian Gulf, according to a newspaper report published today.
Sat, 28 Jun, 2008
Iran’s deepening stand-off over its nuclear ambitions overshadowed trade talks between leaders of eight predominantly Muslim countries set for tomorrow, amid reports that the UN nuclear agency found new traces of weapons-grade uranium in Iran.
Fri, 12 May, 2006
Iran’s foreign minister today condemned what he called “unjustified propaganda” about his country's nuclear programme, and said he could not envisage reaching an agreement with Western countries that fear Tehran is seeking nuclear weapons.
Thu, 30 Mar, 2006